James' Guest House Zanzibar

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I went to Zanzibar for a couple of months to do a research. I am so happy about discovering James Guest House.

The price is very reasonable and it was always relaxing at that place.

The room had a comfortable bed with a mosquito net, a table and chairs and a clothes cupboard.

it also had a fan. Both the room and the separated bathroom were very clean.

The staff was always very kind and helpful, so I had the feeling to stay at home.

The surrounding garden was so beautiful and peaceful, I always loved it to sit there, having a delicious breakfast, reading my book, having nice conversations with other guests,...

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It just took two minutes to be on the almost exclusive beach with all the activities like snorkeling, diving, several boat trips, bars,...

The town centre is also just a few minutes away.

Overall we would definitely recommend James Guest House, do not expect a 4 stars hotel with luxury, but if you are looking for an authentic, cheap, clean and cheerful place, look no further!

My conclusion: Loved it there and would always return!

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